OK, in my never-ending holy quest to get Linux up and running to its full
power, I've got another little quandary to work out: I have an Epson Stylus
Color 500 printer, and the version of GS installed with RedHat (3.33) doesn't
offer support for it. No problem, I'd just go install the updated 5.10
version. No such luck. I've got the libpng, jpeg-6a, and zlib libraries in the
proper place, and compilation goes fairly well until, several minutes into the
project, I get dumped out with an Error 1 message: Cannot find file -lXt. I'm
a bit confused, and ready to pull my hair out... If anyone has any
suggestions, I'd truly appreciate it. E-mail me if possible, but anything at
all would help.
"Long live all of us crazy soldiers | "I'd like to thank Microsoft
Who were born under calico skies | for making companies put that
May we never be called to handle | 'Made for Windows 95' logo on
All the weapons of war we despise. | their products. That way
- Paul McCartney, "Calico Skies" | know what not to buy."
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